Humanities

Staff

Ewan Sargent – Faculty Principal Teacher
Costas Athanasopoulos (RMPS)
Grace Cook (RMPS)
Claire Drewitt (Geography)
Jennifer Glendinning (Geography)
Louise Lightowler (History)
Kerry Liversedge (Modern Studies)
Jane Summers (Modern Studies)
Stewart Whyte (History)

 

Geography Course Information
S1-2 Broad General Education – Core

S3 – Broad General Education – Pupil Choice
Geography, for more information – S3 course info Geography 2017 – 2018

S4/5/6 – Senior Phase – Pupil Choice
Geography – National 3/4, National 5, Higher and Advances Higher, for further information – SP Course Booklet Geography 2017-2018
Skills for Work: Travel and Tourism – National 5 for more information – SP Course Booklet Skills for work Travel & Tourism 2017-2018

 

History Course Information
S1-2
Broad General Education – Core

S3 – Broad General Education – Pupil Choice
History, for more information – S3 course info History 2017 – 2018

S4/5/6 – Senior Phase – Pupil Choice
History – National 3/4, National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher for further information – SP Course Booklet History 2017-2018

 

Modern Studies Course Information
S1-2 Broad General Education – Core

S3 – Broad General Education – Pupil Choice
Modern Studies, for more information – S3 course info Modern Studies – 2017-2018

S4/5/6 – Senior Phase – Pupil Choice
Modern Studies – National 3/4, National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher, for further information – SP Course Booklet Modern Studies 2017-2018

 

Religious and Moral Education Course Information
S1-2 Broad General Education – Core

S3 – Broad General Education – Core

Scotland is a nation which reflects a wide range of beliefs, values and traditions. Religious and Moral Education enables children and young people to explore the world’s major religions and to be challenged by these different beliefs and values. The study of Christianity, which has shaped the history and traditions of Scotland and continues to exert an influence on national life, is an essential feature of RME for all children and young people.  This is developed further in S3 further by considering approaches to living which are independent of religious belief.  In core RME the aim is to help support children and young people in developing responsible attitudes to other people, their own values and their capacity for moral judgement. In order to do this the pupils are undertaking a stand-alone unit called Morality and Belief at National 3/4 level focusing on Medical Ethics.

S4/5/6 – Senior Phase – Pupil Choice
RMPS – National 3/4/5, Higher and Advanced Higher, for further information – SP Course Booklet Religious, Moral & Philosophical Studies 2017-2018